Shenzhen Sailwider Electronics Co., Ltd
monitoring system, energy saving monitor, power analyzer, power monitor, electricity monitor, Manufacturer and Supplier - China
Wireless Bi-directional (2-way) Electricity Energy Saving Monitor and Control System (RCS-S09L)
The difference between a uni-directional (1-way) system and a bi-directional (2-way) system is that a 1-way system transmits signals only from the transmitter to the monitor while a 2-way system allows for transmission both ways.
Our wireless bi-directional (2-way) electricity power monitoring and controlling system has more functions than our uni-directional (1-way) energy monitors. It can monitor up to 14pcs sensor plug sockets and one power transmitter (supporting 3pcs sensor clamps) at the same time, moreover, the bi-directional system can also be used as a wireless remote switch for every appliance connected with the sensor socket to turn it on/off just from the controller.
The bi-directional system works through 433MHz wireless transmission technology together with the sensor plug sockets (working as the data collection terminal). Each monitored appliance need one sensor plug socket to act as the transmitter.
Attach the sensor plug socket first into the wall socket of power supply, then use the sensor plug sockets as the power supply for the monitored electrical appliances. All sensor plug sockets work with the controller together bi-directionally (2-way) so that the controller can receive information and send instruction from/to each sensor plug socket.
The system is simply consisted by a bi-directional controller and a number of sensor plug sockets. The number of the sensor plug socket should be decided by the quantity of the monitored electrical appliances.
As mentioned before, one bi-directional (2-way) controller can support up to 14 electrical appliances and one power transmitter. The power transmitter can be used to monitor the master outlet of the power supply. The power transmitter can support up to 3pcs sensor clamps, allowing monitoring of three-phase power supplies.